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Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee Chuck GrassleyCharles (Chuck) Ernest Grasslegraham has released new undisclosed documents on Russia’s investigation, Senate GOP set up White House for Obama-era investigation: Trump feels payroll tax cuts to be ‘next COID-19 relief’ Must be part of the package. (R-Iowa) warned on Monday that they believed the move would create a public relations headache for Republicans.
“Go to the fact that the people of Social Security think that we are raiding the Social Security Fund. And we are raiding it, but we have always kept it in the general fund revenue, so it is totally made up . But it can create political. Problems – but it creates public relations problems, “Grasley told reporters on Monday.
When asked about Sen, including the payroll tax deduction. John thunJohn Randolph Thungoop Coronovirus Proposal Takes Shape US GOP Senators Trust Senate Fight After Pressure Commended British Ban on China’s Huawei (SD), the No. 2 Senate Republican, told The Hill that it would depend on where the “consensus” is, but he did not personally support the payroll tax deduction.
“I am not a fan of that. I have made that perfectly clear.
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“I think this is problematic because apparently trust funds for Social Security and Medicare are already on the way to bankruptcy … I’m not a fan,” Cornyn said.
Pushback from Republican senators comes as the GOP leadership and administration spent two weeks swapping ideas that figure in the next coronovirus proposal. Treasurer Steven MnuchinSteven Turner MnuchinTrump says he can’t sign coronovirus bill without tax cuts on funds: Increase on funds: Unemployment insurance likely to end during COVID-19 aid talks | Trump says he will not issue a national mask mandate. Mnuchin: Hard-Hit Businesses Must Be Able to Receive Second PPP Payments The Travel Industry Calls for Targeted Relief for the Coronovirus Epidemic And White House chief of staff Mark meadowsMark Randall Meadowsstrump says he cannot sign a coronovirus bill without a payroll tax cut. Trump turns the White House into a backdrop for political events. Sunday’s preview shows: Trump, the lawmaker COVID-19, meets on the basis of a surge of viruses between masks and school reopening. He is expected to hold a meeting with Republican senators on Tuesday to brief him.
Trump on Monday deferred the payroll tax deduction during a meeting with the GOP’s leadership, Meadows and Menuchin, telling reporters it was under discussion.
“I think it’s a very important thing … I think that’s an incentive for companies to take back their workers. … A payroll tax deduction is very important to me,” the president told reporters. Said to.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin Owen McCarthySunde’s preview shows: Trump, lawmakers weigh COVID-19, masked and school reopening due to virus shock on Roger Stone: ‘Commuting was right’ Hill’s campaign report: Cook shifts to 20 Democrats Run runs (R-California.) – Attending a White House meeting – told reporters later that Republican law had expected payroll tax cuts.
McConnell on Monday brushed aside a question whether it would be in the bill. He indicated at the two-week break that Republicans were looking into another round of stimulus scrutiny but with a lower income threshold for eligibility.
The CARES Act in March allowed individuals who paid $ 75,000 per year to receive a lump sum payment of $ 1,200; McConnell has indicated that lawmakers can reduce the cap to those who make about $ 40,000.
The administration has repeatedly cut the payroll tax to be included in the coronovirus relief package. But the effort has drawn flak from both Republicans and Democrats, who warn that it will not stimulate economies that have been affected by closed or scaled businesses due to the spread of coronaviruses.
Grassley said on Monday that he felt the direct investigation would have a major impact on Americans.
“I think when a person has a check in hand, the number of dollars is X …. I think it’s going to do a lot more financially if we take out $ 30 from every salary because people notice it. Going to do, ”he said. .
He said that if Republicans were sticking to their top line of $ 1 trillion, which Mnuchin said he saw as a starting point, he didn’t think both direct checks and payroll tax cuts could be included. Huh.
“I don’t think you can fit both of them,” Grasley said.
– Updated at 4:58 pm